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Can any one help me out in writing a script for the below requirement.
Shell script for reading a particular process contineously from process table and redirect to a file with process details.
There will be a number of processes is running with the same process name having diffrenet Process ID. You wan't whenever a new process get invokes with the same process name then those process details needs to be redirect to File where...
I created a script to discover the library dependencies on my system:
for p in `$ECHO $PATH | $SED 's/:/ /g'`
for f in $p/*
if [ 'ELF' == `$FILE -b $f | $CUT -d' ' -f1` ]; then
if $LDD $f | $GREP -q 'not found'; then
You convert source code into a binary file by using a compiler. The compiler that you use depends on what language (C, Fortran, Pascal, etc.) the source code is written in. There is no such thing as "linux source code". To convert source code written in C, you need a C compiler to take one example.
To find out what a cray-pointer is in Fortran compilers I suggest you consult the Fortran documentation.
When you visit a Secure website in Firefox chances are that the FavIcon for the website is replaced with a Green bar with the details of the company. This is because of the default properties in Firefox to display detailed information of the website from the Extended Validation Certificate on the website. However, if the website doesn’t host a Extended Validation certificate then the website URL (link) in the address bar is not highlighted or in otherwords shows as a normal website URL.Read more
Posted 05-27-2009 at 06:11 PM byAGer (Void cries or bashing time)
I have just looked through another Windows vs. Linux discussion and got the same strange feeling that something is wrong with it. Next I thought I have got the pattern.
Long ago one of such discussions contained a parable like this: "Linux is like a car you can examine under the hood and tweak, Microsoft is like a car with the hood you cannot open". Each and every Microsoft vs. Linux discussion seams to be based on that. This parable is wrong.